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Spring Tea Chaozhou Old Bush Oolong Tea WuDong White Ye 60g

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Very soft  very pleasant ,it is smooth and clear .
the smell before brewing is sweet and smokey
after brewed it smells floral and sweet
the after taste is honey like ,and i can taste it in my throat .
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Spring Tea Chaozhou Old Bush Oolong Tea WuDong  White Ye 
Very soft  very pleasant ,it is smooth and clear .
the smell before brewing is sweet and smokey 
after brewed it smells floral and sweet 
the after taste is honey like ,and i can taste it in my throat .




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White Ye - while receiving this gentle yet firm beauty, I am reminded of my first time sipping dan cong, a familiar invitation.  This time, I sense friendship and so I continue the Tea journey with her and I am surprised with more complexity over time.. the floral sweetness, the strong embrace, and the smokey darkness shown to me


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white ye
White ye is from the  fenghuang mountain around 1000 meters above sea level 
Very soft very pleasant ,it is smooth and clear 
the smell before brewing is sweet and smokey 
after brewed it smells floral and sweet
the after taste is honey like and i can taste it in my throat 
Tea variety: more than 300 years old

Original:
fenghuang moutain,Chaozhou, Guangdong province  
Tea master : Song Lin 
Harvest time: 2019 spring 
Picking standard: Two or three half-matured tea leaves  
Dried tea color: Bloom dark brown color  
Shape: Tight, lightly-twisted stick shape  
Aroma: Natural, fresh nutty aroma, with unique honey & floral fragrance  
Taste: Mellow taste, with long-lasting sweetness  
Tea soup color:Bright golden yellow
only harvest one time each year 

Brewing Steps:


1) Warm up- First to warm up the vessels, then to pour out the hot water;


2) Smell dried tea fragrance- Then put the teas in Gaiwan/Yixing Pot, cover the lid, and shake the Gaiwan/pot gently for about 3 seconds, then smell the dried leaves aroma.


3) Wash the tea quickly- Pour the hot water into the Gaiwan/pot and pour out the water quickly; then smell the tea aroma on the lid first to enjoy the pleasing Oolong tea aroma; 


4) First infusion- pour the hot water into the Gaiwan/pot again, and steep for about 3-5 seconds before pouring out(based on personal taste);


5) Coming infusions- the steeping time for the successive infusion can be 3-5 seconds longer than the previous infusion.

 

Brewing

We suggest to brew gongfu style to gain the best out of the tea. 

-Use 3-5g per 100mL.

-Use boiling water (100C) for the rinse and first infusion.

-Use under boiling (95C) for the next 3 infusions.

-Use 90C when the leaves have opened up entirely. 

 

Teaware

A thin porcelain gaiwan or a zhuni clay pot is your best bet. The thinner teawares retain the fragrance well; zhuni clay is a thinner type of clay. 

 

About our farm

Our farm is based in Wudong village, Chaozhou, China. Wudong village is far from the hustle and bustle of the city, away from pollution. Our family has been on this farm for the past 80 years, crafting the  best dancong. We mostly sell to people in China, but we believe that the rest of the world needs to know what true tea is like! If you have any questions, feel free to email us at 13539809549@163.com

 

To ensure maximum quality, we only harvest our leaves four times a year. Our older bush teas (luxury teas) are harvested once a year.

Our Spring and Winter harvest are the best due to the low temperatures.

Our farm is at an else

1 We handpick all of our leaves, careful to pick only the optimum leaves. We pick 1 bud+1-2 leaves

2 Then, we sun wither the leaves. This is a carefully timed process and depends fully on the sun.

3 Then comes the indoor withering. We then bring the leaves indoors to cool them now. 

4 After the cooling, they are layed on large bamboo sieves. They are then tossed vigerously to “dance” the leaves, done 5-8 times. This process softens the edges which draws out more flavors.

5 The oxidation part is next, done in an air conditioned environment. The dancong leaves are partially fermented in a large pile overnight. In the morning it is then fired at 180 degrees. 

6 The leaves are then fixed to a temperature of 230 degrees.

7 At this step, the leaves are ready to take on their distinct shape. The leaves are rolled continuously; this crushes the leaves but doesn’t break them. This releases the oils out of the leaves which give it the “dancong taste.”

8 A machine then takes the job of rolling the leaves out of clumps and into individual leaves.

9 The dancong leaves are back in the oven, dehydrating the leaves. This step is done in a wood fired oven, giving the floral taste.

10 We then meticulously check every leaf to make sure it is of upmost quality. We take out all the old leaves and stems.

11 The leaves are ready to be roasted. The dancong maocha is roasted for 10 hours by charcoal roasters, checked every hour or so. This process must be carefully watched.

12 It is finally done! We package our fresh dancong; where it is then shipped to you!

 

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